The central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: ReutersThe central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: Reuters
The central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: Reuters

Singapore election: no mass rallies but more media airtime for candidates

  • Singapore’s Elections Department has released fresh guidelines on campaigning, amid expectations that a general election could be weeks away
  • In light of the coronavirus pandemic, it will help facilitate ‘e-rallies’, but physical walkabouts are permitted if social distancing rules are observed
Topic |   Singapore
The central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: ReutersThe central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: Reuters
The central business district in Singapore. The city state has released updated campaigning guidelines, as speculation mounts that a general election could be called within weeks. Photo: Reuters
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